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lignotuber

Saltos de línea: ligno|tuber
Pronunciación: /ˈlɪɡnəʊˌtjuːbə
 
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Definición de lignotuber en inglés:

sustantivo

Botany
A rounded woody growth at or below ground level on some shrubs and trees that grow in areas subject to fire or drought, containing a mass of buds and food reserves.
Example sentences
  • The latter have developed specialized, enlarged woody growths called lignotubers, which can store nutrients and water in the earth, out of the reach of fire.
  • Once the apex of a lignotuber penetrates below ground, it forms rhizomatous tissue that can generate both aerial shoots and adventitious roots.
  • Their seedlings become highly ramified, passing through a creeping establishment phase consisting of a decumbent lignotuber with several basal sprouts.

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